Patrick Timpone

Dr. Richard Massey

with Meridian Grace

Your Health Questions Answered

Dr. Richard Massey joins us LIVE once a month to take health questions from our listeners. He is an MD practicing Wholistic and Natural Medicine.
Meridian Grace has over 40 years of experience and worked with thousands of clients. Since she was 14 years old, she knew that high quality life includes spiritual, mental, emotional, and physical well-being. Tirelessly researching all these years, she integrates the wisdom of the ancients with the most up to date technology. She continually attends workshops, classes, and seminars to explore new ideas and technology in all aspects of the holistic health field. Meridian greets you with a compassionate listening heart.

Massey and Meridian

Show Highlights:

-Which animals have you run into during the day? What does it mean? Dr. Massey talks about totem meanings and how we are blessed by our animal encounters

-Processing trauma with the butterfly hug

-Working with trigger points to release trauma and work with pain

-Meridian Grace gives a new mother some great tips on raising a healthy child and how she can nurture her body for optimal health

-Are hallucinogenic drugs ever a good idea?

-A listener comments on using Ayahuasca:I heard you talking about psychedelics and getting to the core emotional issues that are directing one’s life on a path we might not want. I noticed a link Sharon put up on the show page about Ayahausca and depression. And while the article was very informative, readers of the article might think Ayahausca’s only use might be for depression, and that couldn’t be further from the truth. Imagine Recall Healing on steroids.

I’ve had multiple opportunities to experience the healing benefits of Ayahausca and how it allows users to get to the emotional issues they’ve stuffed deep within their being. And what is most amazing is many of these emotional issues belong to others. I discovered I was carrying the emotions belonging to others from events I did witness and even those events I didn’t witness. One of the greatest benefits of these healing sessions is they’re done in a group setting, and afterwards hearing others speak of their experience during the sharing session. You learn so much listening to them when they talk about their plant medicine journey. And if you’re lucky, you’ll be able to experience Ayahausca in conjunction with San Pedro. It is said that Ayahausca stirs up the garbage, and San Pedro cleans up the mess. So true. I was lucky enough to have a Shaman and his assistant who were unbelievable at helping move the negative energy out of the
body. And with each successive healing session, I achieve a greater level of consciousness and I am more at peace than ever.

The purging during Ayahausca sessions is nothing more than the body getting rid of negative energy by “letting go”, of not holding on any longer. Many doing Ayayhausca have trouble letting go of these emotions they’re holding, because in a weird way they believe they’re receiving benefit from it. And for others, they don’t want to deal with those stuffed emotions.

I feel extremely fortunate to have discovered these plant medicines and I look forward to the chance to experience these medicines again.

-Dr. Massey talks zapping parasites with Hulda Clark’s zapper

-Dr. Massey talks about a magic pink lotion he brought to the studio today. The idea is that is softens the cells membranes to make sure all the receptors can surface and feed at the same time in order to not get too much iron

-Dr. Massey says that some liver spots is accumulated iron being deposited on the skin

-Love is the source of all healing

-Dr. Massey talks about the proper way to use an oximeter and the factors that play into an accurate reading

-A listener gets some advice about adult acne from our guests. Dr. Massey reminds us of Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt’s approach to healing

-Graham Hancock’s TEDbanned talk

-Rupert Sheldrake’s TED banned talk

-Ideas for someone who had a stroke and suffers from spasms

-The business of being born

-We asked Meridian Grace if one can do a liver/gallbladder flush without all the sugar and the apple juice

-Can taking too much liposomal vitamin C be dangerous?

-Dr. Massey and Meridian have ordered a 300 lb magnet to sleep on; they explain what it’s supposed to do for the body

-A listener writes in reporting that oatmeal and colostrum has helped her child on the Autism spectrum greatly improve her ability to learn

-and so much more!!!!

This is almost a 3.5 hour show; the emails kept pouring in, so we covered a lot!
Give Dr. Massey a call for a phone consultation
Call Meridian 512-698-7009


dr. richard massey m.d. and meridian grace, looking on the bright side, october 29, 2015, hour one

'Dr. Richard Massey with Meridian Grace – Your Body Tells the Truth, So Listen to It – October 29, 2015' have 2 comments

  1. November 3, 2015 @ 7:26 pm Robert

    Does anyone know what hour and minute is the talk about the 300 lb magnet…… i can’t find it?


    • November 4, 2015 @ 1:47 pm One Radio

      I believe it was in hour 2 closer to the end. Actually, didn’t we go 3 hours for that podcast? Then closer to the end of hour 3 I think ;-)


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